“Oh, I’m sure you’ll show me what an alpha looks like, won’t you Wayne?” I stood up and brushed myself off. “Oh, you made me drop my glasses.” I gave a sigh before picking them up and putting them back on. Then I turned to Wayne who was totally freaked out. “Look Wayne, I don’t want to get off on a bad start. I don’t want to be here as much as you don’t want me here, but let’s not make this hard for everyone involved, okay? I wouldn’t want something bad to happen.” I swear he shivered and I glanced behind me to see a former student drift out of the bathroom beside me, I pretended to be staring at where he slammed me. I gave another sigh before heading towards Abby and took my timetable from her hands with a smile. “Thanks for trying Abby, but really, I’ll be fine. I’m used to being the new kid by now.” I waved and headed down the hall again. I managed to find my class and went to the window to stare at-oh fuck, the graveyard. Shivers went down my spine as I stood staring and someone cleared their throat.
“You are in my spot.” I turned to find Wayne standing there so I moved out of his way with a small smile.
“I’m sorry for being in your seat. I’ll move.” I did as I said and headed to the front of the class where there was a large space I could use to look outside at the vast expanse of dead people. I gave another sigh until I saw something outside. I had to blink a couple of times to make sure it was what I was seeing. It was a limo, out here! And getting out of it was...it was that creepy kid from before with his black umbrella.